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Is synchronised a modifier?indentifier??what is it??

senthil sen
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Is synchronised a modifier?indentifier??what is it??
Prashant Neginahal
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Hi ,
certinaly it is not an identifier,i don'nt know about modifier(what is modifier? or Do u mean a variable?).
Rather it is a keyword. It synchronis(one by one) the access of a method or a block by the threads.
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The Java Language Specification refers to it as a Statement.
14.18 The synchronized Statement.


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